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Medieval Hull

John Bartlett

Medieval Hull

excavations in High St., 1971.

by John Bartlett

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Published by Kingston upon Hull Museums in Kingston upon Hull .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesKingston upon Hull Museums bulletin -- no.7
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17116408M

For example, medieval Chinese hulls were split into bulkhead sections so that a hull rupture only flooded a fraction of the ship and did not necessarily sink it (see Ship floodability). This was described in the book of the Song Dynasty maritime author Zhu Yu, the Pingzhou Table Talks of AD. Bransholme history goes at least as far back as the Domesday Book of where Bransholme is marked as a little hill surrounded by water. At this time the settlement known as Sudtone (now Sutton) occupied a strip of high ground forming a connecting link between Wagene (later Waghen then Wawne).Ceremonial county: East Riding of Yorkshire.

New Medieval Books: 10 Open Access Books in Medieval Studies Here are 10 books published in and which you can freely download and read right now. by Medieval ships: Transition and influences. The medieval era devoted to the maritime scene the emergence of new techniques of construction and navigation, mainly from the North, with imports from the east (Arabs, and indirectly Chinese). This will result in a dialogue of several centuries between the Mediterranean and these various influences.

Medieval technology is the technology used in medieval Europe under Christian the Renaissance of the 12th century, medieval Europe saw a radical change in the rate of new inventions, innovations in the ways of managing traditional means of production, and economic growth. The period saw major technological advances, including the adoption of gunpowder, the invention of vertical. For more detail, see F.W. Maitland, Domesday Book and beyond (); Reginald Lennard, Rural England, a study of social and agrarian conditions (); H.C. Darby, Domesday England (); Sally P.J. Harvey, ''Evidence for settlement study: Domesday Book', in English medieval settlement, edited by Peter H. Sawyer (); and.


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Product details Age Range: 10 - 13 years Grade Level: 5 - 6 Series: Medieval Lives Library Binding: 44 pages Publisher: Smart Apple Media (August 1, ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Product Dimensions: x x /5(2).

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Robert Hull pulls off a tightly written book on all things medieval and surrounding the life of a nun -- from novice to vows to full-fledged nun. The illustrations are absolutely fabulous It is amazing how Hull was able to include so many meaty tidbits of historical detail to back up the entirety of the story of a single nun as she moves through the different stages of her life/5(3).

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Robert Hull pulls off a tightly written book on all things medieval and surrounding the life of a young merchant -- from apprentice to ambitious young man to seasoned and successful merchant. The illustrations are absolutely fabulous It is amazing how Hull was able to include so many meaty tidbits of historical detail to back up the entirety of 5/5(2).

This book is based on the biographies of some individuals who lived in three northern English towns during the later Middle Ages. It analyzes the many aspects of merchant society: achievements in politics, attitudes toward religion, the family, wider circles of friends and business acquaintances, and the nature and conduct of : Jenny Kermode.

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Additionally, there are ports listed in the accounts that no longer exist (washed away through coastal erosion or storms) and. A series of talks celebrating the new University of Hull book written for the City of Culture year and published by the Liverpool University Press.

The book is a. Historians of post-Medieval ships have understandably responded to this limited information by concerning themselves with shape, external appearance and rigging, for all of which they had useful sources, while largely leaving aside matters of hull structure and other internal Size: 1MB.

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and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at A hulk (or " holk ") was a type of medieval sea craft, a technological predecessor of the carrack and caravel.

The hulk appears to have remained a relatively minor type of sailing ship apparently peculiar to the Low Countries of Europe where it was probably used primarily as a river or canal boat, with limited potential for coastal cruising. Through-beams were most common on ancient and medieval hulls, where they supported the quarter rudders or provided athwartships stiffness to the upper part of the hull.

Thwart. A transverse plank in a boat or galley; used to seat rowers, support masts, or provide lateral : J. Richard Steffy. Genre/Form: History Sources: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Selected rentals and accounts of medieval Hull, [Leeds]: Printed for the Society, Get this from a library!

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